Ad Hoc Committee on Statelessness and Related Problems, Decisions of the Committee on Statelessness and Related Problems Taken on 27 January 1950
The numbering of articles in the Secretariat text (E/AC.32/2) had been retained.
Article 18 Rationing
Where a rationing system exists, refugees shall be treated on the same footing as nationals.
CHAPTER VIII PUBLIC RELIEF
In respect to public relief and assistance, the High Contracting Parties shall grant to refugees regularly residing in their territories the same treatment as is given to their nationals.
CHAPTER IX PUBLIC EDUCATION
1. Refugees shall enjoy, in the territory of each of the High Contracting Parties, the same treatment as nationals with respect to elementary education.
2. In the case of other education, refugees shall enjoy the most favourable treatment accorded to nationals of a foreign country, in particular as regards the remission of fees and charges and the award of scholarships.
CHAPTER X ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM
Article 21 Identity papers
The High Contracting Parties undertake to issue identity papers (residence card, identity card, etc.) to refugees authorized to reside in their territory.
The High Contracting Parties undertake to grant to refugees authorized to reside in their territories the right to fix their residence and to circulate freely, subject to any regulations governing foreigners generally.